Wednesday, July 19, 2017

I am so grateful for the recent feedback I’ve gotten about my work. The funny thing about it is that I’m not telling anybody anything they don’t already know. I lead with it. I put it right out there before I do anything. I say, “Now, I’m not going to tell you anything...

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Juniper was only three months old on her second real camping trip.

My parents drove up from Phoenix for my first Father’s Day weekend and met us in the Lincoln Creek campground 11 miles outside of Aspen, Colorado.

My dad and I went paragliding off Aspen Mountain; our wom...

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Allow me to introduce the working mommy.

You think you know her but I assure you, she is running circles around us, and it’s time we give her some due credit and more than just a little help. This elegant creature of style and poise does more before breakfast than most...

Saturday, July 15, 2017

What if the human brain evolved to sabotage our own thinking in order to keep us safely on the sideline and out of harm’s way?

That is one premise of Jonathan Clark’s Mastering Performance three-day leadership workshop. Clark supposes that our brains evolved to keep us...

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Collectively, we have become obsessed with our happiness, or lack thereof.

Like a single-serving dark chocolate square of fleeting fulfillment, happiness exists for many as an elusive possibility more than anything tangibly sustainable. Instead of simply choosing it, w...

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